I am trying a new thing: writing at night. Time to write continues to elude me. Between the ridiculously early kid wake-ups and the morning rush and the school drop-off and the work day and the dinner making and the bedtime routine. Between being a mom and having a fairly serious job and trying to be a good (or at least okay) partner and friend and neighbor. I am working on Fridays again (writing Fridays worked while they worked, until they didn’t), and I can daydream about being Frank O’Hara and writing on my lunch breaks but it’s tough to do in the era of Slack and remote work across timezones.
Good luck with becoming a night writer! It sounds tough, but also smart. And thanks so much for the sharing the interview with Deborah! <3
Interesting. I am a late morning, early afternoon writer.